Burr (elbow) was moved to the 60-day injured list Monday. Burr underwent Tommy John surgery in late June and won't be back until late in the 2020 season, so the move has no impact on his return timeline. It clears a space for the White Sox to claim A.J. Reed on waivers.
Burr underwent Tommy John surgery on his elbow last week. Burr was on track to resume throwing in mid-June, but things did not go as expected, and he was sent for surgery instead. It remains to be seen how long Burr will need to recover, but he won't be ready to pitch again until some point next season.
Burr (elbow) is set to play catch Saturday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Burr had his elbow examined by the team physician Monday, and he's been given the green light to play catch for the first time in three weeks. If all goes well, expect the right-hander to progress to throwing either a bullpen session or live batting practice in the near future.
Burr (elbow) will have his elbow re-examined by the team physician Monday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Burr is suffering from what the report indicates is an elbow capsule strain. He's hoping to avoid surgery, but that's a possibility. "It's something strange, something that is not right," Burr said. "We're waiting to see if it takes care of itself. So [Monday] is like the big day, I guess, when we figure out which route we're going to go." Burr, who made the Opening Day roster, has a 4.58 ERA over 16 games, spanning 19.2 innings.
Burr underwent an MRI on his forearm and elbow Wednesday, Bruce Levine of 670TheScore.com reports. Burr landed on the 10-day injured list with an elbow strain Tuesday. The White Sox are hoping the issue can be solved by rest, but the results of the MRI may reveal that an alternate plan is necessary.